60 to 80 days. Amazingly orange ears are produced super early! We are thrilled to offer this stunning, open-pollinated variety from the gifted corn breeder Ed Schultz of Bozeman, Montana. Although newly released, the variety is nothing new; Ed spent 30 years developing this fantastic soft flint corn. This lovely variety sports a range of orange color from brilliant sunburst orange to pumpkin orange to russett orange; even the cobs are orange! For an added surprise, it will throw an occasional all-white ear. Three to five foot-tall stalks produce 1 to 2 ten-inch ears with 8 rows of kernels in about 60 days.